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After Jennifer Lawrence skyrocketed to stardom after she volunteered as a tribute for the Hunger Games movies, you’d think the leading role in the next one would be a no-brainer for anyone that was asked. However, as Rachel Zegler, the star of the upcoming prequel, recently revealed, she initially turned down the role of Lucy
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Tom Verlaine, the legendary guitarist, songwriter, and frontman of Television, has died. The news was confirmed by Jesse Paris Smith, the daughter of Patti Smith, who said he died following a “brief illness” on Saturday. “He died peacefully in New York City, surrounded by close friends,” Smith wrote. “His vision and his imagination will be
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Matt Reeves set the tone for Miracles, a supernatural and spiritual procedural series that’s full of the director’s trademark touches. “What’s the point of faith if it’s never tested?”“I’m beginning to think that we’re on our own down here…” Matt Reeves has comfortably made a name for himself as not only one of horror and
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One of fashion’s biggest question marks has been answered: On Saturday, Gucci announced that Sabato De Sarno would join the brand as creative director. De Sarno, who was the Fashion Director at Valentino, takes the spot two months after the surprise departure of Alessandro Michele last November, after being plucked from the house’s own atelier
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Harry Melling plays a young Edgar Allen Poe in The Pale Blue Eye.Courtesy of Scott Garfield for Netflix. With Buster Scruggs, Queen’s Gambit, and now his turn as Edgar Allan Poe in The Pale Blue Eye, Melling has emerged as an actor to watch. By Jake Kring-Schreifels January 26, 2023  Netflix’s The Pale Blue Eye—director Scott Cooper’s frostbitten 1830
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Nonfiction books are my jam, and nonfiction science books? Especially so. What I love is how broad the genre is. Science can include things like medicine, nature, ecology, marine biology, conservation, psychology, chemistry, microbiology, and much more. It can also include personal essay and memoir, and may weave in history. For me, that’s the beauty
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‘We Have a Ghost’ is the comedy from Netflix starring David Harbour and Anthony Mackie. The project hails from director Christopher Landon. It will release on February 24. “Finding a ghost named Ernest haunting their new home turns Kevin’s family into overnight social media sensations,” reads the logline. “But when Kevin and Ernest go rogue to investigate
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Earlier this week, James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water became the No. 5 highest-grossing movie ever worldwide, and, as expected, has now surfed to the No. 4 position on the all-time chart. In so doing, it leaves Star Wars: The Force Awakens in its wake with nearly $2.075B globally.  Through Friday, the worldwide gross
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Parannoul, a one-man shoegaze project from Seoul, has released a new album titled After the Magic. It’s available to stream now, with physical copies arriving in April via Topshelf. Check it out below. “This album is not what you expected, but what I always wanted,” Parannoul wrote in a statemet. “I’m always afraid when what
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Underneath this not-so-simple image is one funny gal who fled her glitzy zip code and attempted to work in the rural parts of the country. Today, she’s either with her kids in her LA.. house (of Harlow) or hanging with her Hall Of Famer-father. Aside from being a reality TV pioneer, she is one savvy
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One of very few Valentine’s Day-themed horror movies, 1999 slasher Lovers Lane is back in the conversation this week, with Arrow Video announcing a brand new Blu-ray release. Lovers Lane comes to Blu-ray on April 25, 2023. There will be a Standard Version and an Arrow Exclusive Slipcover Limited Edition. Arrow Video previews, “Passions are
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Neon and Topic Studios present writer/director Brandon Cronenberg’s Infinity Pool at 1,835 theaters in a lively specialty weekend sandwiched between a new crop of Sundance films and noteworthy expansions in the glow of Oscar nominations. Infinity Pool, staring Alexander Skarsgard, Mia Goth, Cleopatra Coleman and Jalil Lespert, had a splashy debut last weekend in the
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“Somebody stop me,” Samia begs as she walks into the middle of the party, overcome by the sudden urge to write a poem. The Nashville-via-NYC singer-songwriter’s striking 2020 debut The Baby was praised for its unflinchingly honest and confessional style of writing, but Samia knows how easily those same qualities can be perceived as excruciating – and
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